Notice Regarding Supply of Hybrid Instant Camera “Instax Mini Evo”

Fujifilm has issued an official statement and apology regarding delivery delays of the Fujifilm Instax Mini EVO.

The Instax Mini EVO was a extraordinary winner for Fujifilm. So much so, that despite their best efforts, Fujifilm can’t keep up with the demand.

Press Release

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Fujifilm Instax Mini EVO in Stock (and Already Best Seller)

The Fujifilm Instax Mini EVO is right now in stock at AmazonUS here (via third party at the time of this post).

I expect it to be available very soon also at BHphoto here.

It is also available at the various European Amazon stores, such as AmazonDE hereAmazonUK here, AmazonIT here, AmazonFR here and AmazonES here.

The Fujifilm Instax Mini EVO is arguably one of the most sold Fujifilm digital camera of the last 10 years. It’s available in Asia since a few months and it sold so much, that helped to dethrone Sony from the second spot in digital camera sales in Japan after 19 years, and it will probably make Fujifilm imaging division fly in their next financial report.

As to expect, it is already marked as top seller at BHphoto here and AmazonUS here.

BHphoto has also the first reviews on their website available.

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Fuji Guys Fujifilm Instax Mini EVO First Look (and My Personal Instax Love Story Unveiled)

My Instax Love story started in Chiang Mai, my favorite city in Thailand.

Chiang Mai is in the North of Thailand, far away from the wonderful islands of the South, which are stunning, sure, but also way more crowded than the North of Thailand.

My original plan, after traveling all the way from Cambodia through Laos (by local bus and motorbike, no plane) was to turn right to get to Vietnam after visiting Luang Prabang. But as every solo traveler might have experienced, plans are made just to be changed. And at the end I didn’t turn right to Vietnam, but I took a 2 days slow boat along the Mekong river – which claimed the life of my X-E2 as I briefly told here – to reach Northern Thailand.

I ended up in Chiang Mai, the most beautiful South East Asian city I have been to along with Phnom Penh in Cambodia.

So what has this to do with Instax?

Well, I arrived in Chiang Mai around New Year. I had an X-T1 and my Instax Mini Smartphone printer. New Year was amazing, with thousands of floating lanterns flying in the sky. A magical atmosphere.

I was alone and did what I love most to do: taking pictures. Mostly with my X-T1 and XF35mmF1.4 (as it survived my survival swim in the Mekong, whereas my XF18-55 and X-E2 died).

But this was also my first travel with an Instax Printer.

So here is what I did: I took pictures of the people celebrating New Year (without them noticing me taking pictures), and after I took the images, I printed one for them. Without saying anything, I just gave it to them as soon as the printer spit it out and walked away.

From the distance, I could see their faces looking at the film developing, and then being surprised and happy to see themselves in the image. I will share one of the images I took (and gave away) on that evening below for you guys.

So this is it.

This is where my love story with Instax started. And it never stopped. Giving away some little prints is one of the things I enjoy to do most.

Recently I bought the Instax Mini Wide, but I will also get the Instax Mini EVO once available here in Italy. Because it’s true that it’s nice to make a present to others with a little print, but it is also nice to enjoy the process of taking images and printing, and from everything I have seen so far, the Instax Mini EVO, with its vintage look and retro operation (push the lever to print, turn the lens ring to change settings etc), is what suits my taste best.

So what can you expect when you get the Instax Mini EVO? Well, Fuji Guy Francis is giving a first look to the Fujifilm Instax Mini EVO hybrid digital camera/printer.

  • very nice looking camera
  • 28mm f/2 lens with 3.2x digital zoom
  • lens ring around allows to navigate through various lens filters
  • LED flash
  • front shutter button
  • selfie mirror
  • film dial allows to navigate through different film options
  • cold shoe
  • another shutter button
  • print lever: crank the print lever to print an image
  • strap locks
  • tripod mount on one side
  • on the other side micro USB charging port and micro SD card slot
  • BACK
  • nice big screen
  • lens filter: access to 10 different lenses (like “half frame” and “double exposure”). Rotate lens ring to access the various options
  • film dial: rotate to navigate through various film filters (retro, vivid, blue tone, red tone, monochrome, etc)
  • rich mode (more vivid colors and natural mode (a bit more true to life)
  • you can force flash, turn off, or make it AUTO (camera evaluates if it needs to flash or not)
  • Macro: get as close as 10cm
  • you can use it also as a smartphone printer
  • you can also transfer the images you printed on your Mini EVO to your smartphone with an Instax border
  • the Instax Mini size is perfect for giving to other people, because it fits in their wallet and people can carry it home safely

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Fujifilm Instax Mini EVO Review

Now that the Fujifilm Instax Mini EVO is available for pre-order, I’ve looked around for reviews.

The only review worth to be mentioned at this point is the one of Bernie Shore. You can see his video below as well as a summary. In case you missed it, I will also share the Fuji Guys video we’ve already posted in the past.

There are some unboxing videos and first impressions from Japan and other Asian countries, where the Instax Mini EVO started shipping already. But to get our hands on the Instax Evo here in Europe also in North America, we will have to wait February 1st according to BHphoto and also according to AmazonUS.

Instax Mini EVO Review / Summary

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Fujifilm Instax Mini EVO and Stone Gray Film Pre-Order Available

The Fujifilm Instax Mini EVO is now available for pre-order at BHphoto here, AmazonUS here and soon also at Adorama here. Shipping will start February 1.

You can also pre-order the dedicated Instax Mini EVO soft case as well as the new Instax Mini Stone Gray Film.

I will definitely replace my Instax Mini 70 with the new Instax Mini EVO once available here in Italy, because in my opinion:

  • the X100 inspired look makes it the best vintage looking Instax camera out there
  • some nice retro touches like the print lever
  • it has a convenient LCD screen to review images before printing (as Instax film is not the most affordable stuff out there)

Down below you find the links to pre-order the Fujifilm Instax Mini EVO and accessories.